Thursday, 14 July 2016

Summer 2016 #3UP {Jofy}

Hi Everyone, Leandra here (slightly earlier than usual, we have 2 posts this evening) and this post is a stunning JoFY inspired #3UP! 

A feminine floral stamp collection such as Jofy, used with inks this evening is probably a very appropriate way to celebrate our first day of England's second ever Prime Minister, and wow has she been bold in her first day of office, shaking up the establishment today with much hiring and firing!

So let's see what bold blooms our lovely blog followers have to offer.



First up this evening we have Julie Bell.

Hi it’s Jules, I love crafting as there’s so many different thing to do, my favourites are stamping, drawing faces and art journaling. I love the #3UP challenge, as so many people get involved and its such fun to see what people create.


I love JOFY stamps, and the fact that they all blend together so well, every single set. We were given several sets of stamps and this photo shows the way they combine perfectly. I heat embossed the little bees with gold, and the same on the greeting.
(Stamps: JOFY32, 12, 09, JM48)


I used a blend of Dylusions and Lindy’s stamp gang stamps to create a blend and overlap of colours with some shimmer so I could choose the best part to stamp over, this also meant that the black Archival ink was nice and crisp on top.


To finish I used some Classic Treasure Gold, to dust around the sides. I wanted to try and get a good colourful project in 3D and with a bit of a vintage feel and I am very happy with the result. 

To see the full project please visit my blog post HERE. 

Places you can find Julie. 
Facebook: Artful Days


Next up we have Clare Messenger. 

Hi, I'm Clare. I live with hubby and my two children in the English Riviera. I absolutely adore creating with stamps, inks, paints & stencils! 


JoFy stamps are always a joy to work with! These fabby stamps lend themselves to so many different projects, from card making to mixed media, the possibilities are endless.


I stamped the dandelion head and heat embossed some holographic embossing powder over the dandy heads. Through a Jofy stencil PS007, I pulled through some grunge paste. This added more layers and created more depth to the picture.


This is my favourite part of the picture. I love the mixed, double layers of the fluttering dragonfly, he looks as though he might fly right of the canvas! All that's left to do is find somewhere to display my bloomin beautiful blooms.
(Stamps: JOFY38,13)

To see the full project please visit my blog post HERE.

Places you can find Clare. 
Pinterest: Clare Messenger


Finally this evening we have Linda Fitzsimmons. 

I've always loved crafting from an early age and work with most mediums, stamps and dies. Recently I have favoured water colouring with Distress Inks and playing with Fresco paints.


This is an 8 1/2" square of watercolour card backed with black card, the images were coloured with Distress inks and a waterbrush.


My technique was decoupage, I cut several of the blooms and layered them to create height and texture. These were attached with gel medium as it dries clear. 


I love Jo's hive and bees. the bees were cut out and added with glue gel for height, the wings were coated with glitter.
(Stamps JofY 13, 26, 30, JM44)

To see the full project please visit my blog post HERE. 

Places to find Linda. 
Pinterest: Linda Fitzsimmons
Instagram: Linda Anne J

Another three incredible projects, our guests have wowed us this evening with stunning colour choices and blending. 

This is the first of our posts this evening. 

Pop back in an hour at 7pm to see more amazing projects. 

~Darcy


19 comments:

Chris Cresswell said...

JoFy stamps always make me feel happy. And these projects can't help to make you smile and 'ah' at them. Such a fab use of colour in each one! I love the way stencils have been used too. Wonderful, happy projects.

Bryan Evans said...

Cheery and summery projects, Fantastic mix of colour, stamps and stencils.

Ellie Knol said...

SUPER - I would've liked to do a 3UP for these stamps :)

JoFY said...

OMGoodness THANK YOU all for making such beautiful projects with the JOFY stamps! They are all such a treat to look at!
Well done on a great 3up blog post!
x

PaperArtsy Rubber Stamps said...

Super duper stuff! Well done you lovely lot! Another stunning night!!

Helen said...

wow these are stunning, I cannot believe the amount of fussy cutting in Linda's project! Julie's hanging garden is beautiful, and I just love Clare's canvas!

Miriam said...

Fabulous projects all - just love the summery feel to them all

Debs Smith said...

Wow! What fabulous projects and such stunning colours as well. Love them all

Caz said...

Beautiful projects. Love JoFY stamps and tonight's contributors have done them selves really proud with their artwork.
Can't pick a favourite, they're all gorgeous!
xx

Lucy Edmondson said...

What fantastic projects, you have all used the jofy stamps in such an imaginative way,


Lucy x

Inky and Quirky said...

Oooh such gorgeous colours and such bright and cheerful creations
Hugs
Donna xx

Julie Ann Lee said...

Such beautiful use of colour and a wonderful floral abundance in these fabulous projects! Lovely work from everyone! xx

Linda said...

They are a dream to work with x

Lauren Hatwell said...

Such beautiful makes from everybody. Loved every single one. Lx

Etsuko Noguchi said...

What a gorgeous projects, I agreed with Chris these make me smile. Beautiful design and fab bright colours. xx

Team Clark said...

What an amazing assortment of inspiration! Each piece is so beautifully detailed and intricate! Well done ladies!

Rebecca Harris said...

Don't you just love JoFY stamps and you have utilised them really well, such bright colours and variations. Lovely!
Happy craftin
Rebecca

Nikki Killinger said...

Gorgeously layered projects, beautifully done. xxx

craftimamma said...

Wonderful projects from everyone for the JOFY #3Up post! There's some nifty fussy cutting going on here and the designs are stunning.

Hugs
Lesley Xx

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